A pinch of cumin can actually do wonders in your body. That is why cumin water has long been used by many as a daily health-boosting & detox drink. These little seeds are not only effective in weight loss and glowing skin but also help in controlling blood sugar and cholesterol levels. Cumin is a storehouse of iron as well, an important element needed for blood production and the proper functioning of all the cells in our body, which further helps in treating anaemia. It is also packed with antioxidants that help to neutralize free radicals noxious to the body. Besides these benefits, the anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties of cumin are an added perk, helping to reduce the risk of foodborne infections and assist to inhibit inflammation. In short, this spice is a heavenly combination of many medicinal properties. With our organic approach; we export the best grade authentic cumin seeds which impart the complete health goodness to the consumer.
Cumin is a tropical or subtropical annual flowering plant in the family Apiaceae with increased tolerance to drought. Well-drained, fertile soil with a loamy texture and accompanied by a pH in the range of 6.5 to 8.5 is best suited for cumin growth. The professional training provided by Bosorganics enables farmers to enhance soil fertility and produce high-quality crops while preserving the natural quality of the soil and protecting the environment. Cumin requires an optimum temperature of about 25 to 30°C for the growth and will be ready for harvest within 100 to 120 days after planting. Cumin seeds are extracted from the chaff by threshing the dried plants with sticks and the further dried seeds are then winnowed to remove the debris. Sorted and graded pure seeds must be stored at room temperature in sterilized and sealed moisture-proof bags.